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Tourist-Information Radebeul

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Entdecken Sie die malerische Landschaft Radebeuls selbstständig zu Fuß, zu Wasser oder mit dem Rad. Wanderwege und Radtouren führen Sie an den schönsten Sehenswürdigkeiten entlang und gewähren traumhafte Ausblicke über die Stadt. Wer sich lieber richtig auspowern oder einfach in Ruhe entspannen möchte, findet dazu in Bädern und im Freizeitzentrum die perfekte Möglichkeit.

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37.7 mi

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  1. Tourist-Information Radebeul planned a bike ride.

    March 25, 2021

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  2. Tourist-Information Radebeul went for a hike.

    March 16, 2021

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      Our hike starts at the stop of tram line 4 "Gerhart-Hauptmann-Straße" and leads along the Langenbergweg. You cross the Mittlere Bergstrasse and continue up the Langenbergweg.To your left is the Krapenberg. There is evidence that it was used as a vineyard from 1590 onwards. On the right side of the Krapenberg stands the Krapenburg, which was built in 1710 and renovated in 1988. After another small ascent, turn right into Zechsteinweg. An educational wine trail was created here in cooperation between the Zitzschewig wine-growing community and the Radebeul city administration. This was created to get to know the types of wine grown in the Elbe Valley.Approximately in the middle of the Zechsteinweg, on the south side of a vineyard wall, there are three vines of all Elbe valley wines, such as B. Goldriesling, Müller Thurgau, Weißer and Roter Gutedel and Traminer. There are a total of 18 different types of wine. The associated boards provide information about the origin, location requirements, winter frost resistance, susceptibility to disease, yield and taste.After the diverse information about the local types of wine, it is worth taking a look south to the Elbe Valley, because from here you can enjoy an excellent view. The Zechsteinweg continues, past the Zechsteinhaus, which has been around since then
      17th century winery with extensive vineyards and forests. In the last few years it has been lovingly restored and the associated vineyard has been teased up again by the local winemaker Friedrich Aust. At the end of the Zechsteinweg you look at the entrance portal of the Hohenhaus.
      The former vineyard house has its origins in the 15th century, during which time it was used by the Bishops of Meissen. It then came into electoral possession or into the possession of Saxon noble families. In 1832 the merchant Thienemann bought the property. The connection between Gerhart Hauptmann and his brothers and his daughters Thienemann made the Hohenhaus really famous. In his memoirs, Gerhart Hauptmann called this house the "nest of the birds of paradise" and also set a literary monument for it. The Hohenhaus was owned by the Stechow family from 1885. It was also during this time that it was converted into its current appearance. The puppet theater collection of the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden was domiciled here from 1960 to 2003. It was not until 1985, after extensive reconstruction work, that the Hohenhaus was opened as a museum, which showed a collection of exhibits from around 200 years of puppet theater art. Today the puppet theater collection is in the Museum of Saxon Art in Dresden.Now follow the Hohenhausweg downhill and turn left into the Mittlere Bergstrasse, follow this up to the Obere Johannisbergstrasse. Here you turn right and you get to the tram stop of the same name in the direction of Dresden or Weinböhla.

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  3. Tourist-Information Radebeul went for a hike.

    March 16, 2021

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  4. Tourist-Information Radebeul went for a hike.

    March 16, 2021

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      Beginning at the stop of the narrow-gauge railway "Weißen Roß" or the stop of the tram line 4 "Landesbühnen Sachsen" you will come to the Mühlweg, walking a bit along the Augustusweg. It leads past the Lößnitztalschänke to the intersection of Weinbergstrasse / Lößnitzgrundstrasse. From here you have an excellent view of the Radebeul vineyards with their typical vineyard terraces and steep slopes. In the foreground is the Hoflößnitz winery museum foundation.
      The Hoflößnitz today includes buildings from different times, the press house, the pleasure and mountain house, the winegrower's house and the cavalier house, which you should definitely visit as part of a museum tour. The museum and wine shop offers wines from the Hoflößnitz winery and other producers from the Elbe Valley in the bar and for sale.
      On the edge of the slope you can see the Spitzhaus and the Bismarck Tower. The Spitzhaus was built in the 1st half of the 17th century. It got its name because of the tower-like top. In 1710 the Spitzhaus came to the Wettin family and the property was merged with Hoflößnitz Castle and the subsequent transformation into a pleasure house. The two houses were connected via the Spitzhaus staircase, which was built during the reign of August the Strong. Daniel Pöppelmann designed the staircase, which was built between 1747 and 1750 after the king's death. The staircase is popularly known as the "annual staircase" because of the number of steps it has.
      Follow the short forest downhill and then cross the Lößnitzgrundstraße, the track of the narrow-gauge railway, and you will reach the hiking trail through the Lößnitzgrund, which is accompanied on the right by the Lößnitzbach, which flows in parallel.On the right you can see the houses built in the Swiss style, which today house the Bilz-Pension. Here people fast, eat healthily and relax according to the rules of the well-known naturopath Friedrich Eduard Bilz. After crossing the Meiereiweg, the path continues to the first bridge over the Lößnitzbach. Along the small train tracks and then left over the bridge you will reach the Thirteen Bridge Path, which has been signposted as a nature trail "Lößnitzgrund" by students of the Luisenstift grammar school with information on flora and fauna.On the right-hand side, on Lößnitzgrundstrasse, you can see the Schefflermühle, which is still used today as a feed mill.At the end of Dreizehn-Brücken-Weg, turn left into Ginsterweg. Walk along this for a while and take the Sonnenleite and Friedewaldweg to the Meiereiweg, which leads past the Bilzbad. The pool has a wave pool operated by the oldest, still functional Undosa wave machine. On the Meiereiweg downhill, you will find the Schluchtenweg on the right, which meanders idyllically through the Lößnitzgrund.When you reach the hill, keep left, cross Jägerhofstrasse and you will find yourself on Jägerstrasse. At the end of Jägerstrasse, keep to the far left and cross a small stone gate (marked with a red dot). A narrow forest path begins here, leading to the "Auf den Bergen" hiking trail.Down the valley the forest path forks again, please enter the path on the left and follow it downhill. After a few meters you have reached the vineyard called "Paradies" on the left. This vineyard is managed by the Schloss Wackerbarth State Winery.At the end of the path, cross Dr.-Rudolf-Friedrichs-Straße and get to Paradiesstraße. The Grundhof is located on Paradiesstraße 56/58, an old winery which is now the youth art school. The main building with the large hipped roof was built in the 2nd half of the 17th century. In 1801 a garden room with a roof turret and two pavilions were added. The garden hall became a studio for painters like Wilhelm Claus, Karl Kröner and today Gunter Herrmann.You continue to follow Paradiesstraße and turn left into the street "An der Jägermühle" and follow this downhill. You cross the tracks of the narrow-gauge railway on the left, then turn right and continue on the first street on the right.You are now on the Mühlweg and at the end of the path you will return to the starting point of your hike. Here you can use the stop of tram line 4 in the direction of Dresden or Weinböhla.
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  5. Tourist-Information Radebeul went for a hike.

    March 16, 2021

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      The hike begins at the stop of tram line 4 "Moritzburger Straße" or the S-Bahn stop of the S1 "Radebeul-Kötzschenbroda". Walk south on Bahnhofstrasse, at the end of the street you will come to the village green of Altkötzschenbroda.
      Your gaze falls directly on the hotel "Goldener Anker", which was first mentioned in a document in 1497 as "inheritance with brewing justice". The building fell victim to village fires several times. In its eventful history, it served as a pub, concert and ball establishment, meeting place for municipal councilors and in the 1970s as a HO furniture sales point. After extensive renovation measures, the hotel complex with integrated ballroom has been shining in new splendor since 1999. The steel fountain sculpture "Against the Current" was erected in the same year by Karl Menzen (Berlin).
      Stroll further along the Dorfanger and discover the many lovingly renovated three-sided courtyards. The layout of the village square corresponds to that of a Franconian street village, which is characterized by narrow, deep courtyards with gable-independent buildings. Most of the preserved half-timbered farm houses and pull-out houses with a massive basement date from the 19th century. The most striking buildings on the village green include the Friedenskirche and the rectory, the Oberschänke and the Hotel "Goldener Anker". In the 1970s, the entire village center was to give way to a prefabricated housing estate. Students at the TU Dresden developed the first alternative designs. In 1994 Altkötzschenbroda was declared a redevelopment area. From 2000 the village green turned into an architectural gem. Original pubs, cafés, guest houses and hotels opened around the village green. Today Altkötzschenbroda is one of the most popular excursion destinations for guests from near and far. At the eastern end of the Dorfanger you will discover the Friedenskirche - the oldest church building in Lößnitz. First mentioned in a document in 1273 and later destroyed by the Hussites, a late Gothic new building was built in 1477. In 1637 it was almost completely destroyed again during the Thirty Years War. The reconstruction was carried out in the Renaissance style and was completed in 1656. The name Friedenskirche goes back to the armistice agreement between Saxony and Sweden signed in the nearby rectory in 1645, to which a small memorial room in the tower floor of the church commemorates. In the years 2003 to 2005 the church was partially renovated, in the process it received new bronze bells, because the old ones were melted down during the Second World War and replaced by iron bells.On the way back towards the Hotel "Goldener Anker" you should take a look at Hof Altkötzschenbroda 21, where the city gallery is located. The two-storey gallery space and the romantic inner courtyard with the Heimatstube offer a wide range of options for exhibitions of painting, graphics, sculpture and history.At the end of the village green, at the "Bürgergarten" restaurant, turn left into Uferstrasse, which you follow straight ahead. On your way you will come to the landing stage of the Saxon Steamship Company. The historic paddle steamers regularly dock here on their way between Dresden and Diesbar-Seusslitz. From the ships you have a fascinating view of the picturesque vineyards along the Elbe.The path continues along the Elbe Cycle Path, lined with countless allotment gardens to the "Vierruthenweg" junction. Follow this further and then turn right onto Niederwarthaer Straße. Go straight ahead, cross Kötitzer Straße and you will reach the village green of Altnaundorf. The Platzgasse village with its regular, typically Franconian village green initially comprised around 30 farmsteads. In the middle is the village pond, which was created after a devastating village fire in 1822. In the last quarter of the 19th century, the population of Altnaundorf began to grow rapidly, so that a new school building was started in 1878. In the courtyards you will often find small wine cellars that can be rented for private celebrations.At the end of the Dorfanger, turn right onto Johannisbergstrasse, turn left at the end, cross the pedestrian tunnel and go straight ahead to the tram stop for tram line 4 in the direction of Weinböhla or Dresden.

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  6. Tourist-Information Radebeul went for a hike.

    March 16, 2021

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      On the route through Zitzschewig, the steep ascent to Wettinhöhe is rewarded with a picturesque view over Dresden and Radebeul. Along an impressive, old oak avenue, you reach the island of love on the Krapenbergweg. From there, it is worth taking a short detour to the two viewpoints on the Zechstein. Adventure stations on the dry grassland and the Talutanlage, an artfully designed serpentine and binoculars with a direct view of the vineyard bring the vineyard landscape to life. The dry lawn proves its splendor of colors and attractiveness, especially during the flowering period in spring.When you descend over the Langenbergweg, you follow the traces of the historic water supply. The different grape varieties and their characteristic properties are explained in more detail on the wine trail on Zechsteinweg. Display boards describe in detail the course of the year and the individual work steps in the vineyard. On the Barkengasse you will find the Hohenhaus, a former episcopal vineyard estate, which later passed into aristocratic and private ownership and which set a literary monument to Gerhart Hauptmann in various works.Tip: visit the Johanneskapelle. The small church with its idyllic outdoor area is often used for weddings.Things to see and experienceJohanneskapelle & Bischofspresse - view of Wettinhöhe - natural monument dry grassland - view of Zechstein read stone art - historical water supply - grape variety nature trail

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  7. Tourist-Information Radebeul went for a hike.

    March 16, 2021

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      On the route around Wackerbarth Castle you can experience wine in all its facets. The adventure winery not only invites you to enjoy wine in its own inn and at cultural events in the park, but also provides information on display boards about the work behind the finished wine.The Belvedere, with the romantic terraces in front of it, gives you a feeling of the courtly, baroque lifestyle as once used by Count von Wackerbarth.The ascent to Jacobstein leads through the middle of the vineyards and offers a wide view of the Elbe Valley. The "Most Beautiful Wine View 2012" offers a wonderful view of Wackerbarth Castle, the baroque gardens and the artistic highlight of the ensemble, the Belvedere.The observatory also picks up on the subject of wine and vividly describes the special importance of the sun for viticulture. Due to the typical steep slopes, the sun is at a suitable angle to enable wine to be grown in more northerly regions. This allows the grapes to ripen optimally, especially on beautiful autumn days.With a little detour to the quarry at Himmelsbusch you can admire nature in all its diversity. Many endangered and almost extinct plant species can be found here and develop their full beauty, especially during the flowering period.Tip: The Saxon state winery Schloss Wackerbarth offers daily guided tours that give an insight into wine and sparkling wine production. During a subsequent tour, you can enjoy the variety of aromas and the character of the wines with all your senses.Things to see and experienceWine and soil - forms of cultivation of the vines - aromatic gardens - view on Jacobstein - wine & sun - quarry on Himmelsbusch

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  8. Tourist-Information Radebeul went for a hike.

    March 16, 2021

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      On a hike through the Oberlößnitz, Radebeul shows itself from its most beautiful side. Historic winegrowers' houses and sights line the path through the picturesque vineyard landscape. From the valley you have an impressive view of the "Goldener Wagen" vineyard.Vineyards, romantic wine yards and ostrich taverns are lined up on the Weinbergstrasse. Numerous winemakers invite you to themed wine tastings and vineyard tours.A highlight of the route is the Spitzhaus, a historic vineyard house that now houses a panorama restaurant. From the sun terrace the view extends far beyond Radebeul. Right next door is the Bismarck Tower, from whose plateau at the foot of the tower you can relax and enjoy the view. Via the Spitzhaus staircase, the path leads through the middle of the vineyard. Since 2005, the Saxon Mt. Everest stair marathon has taken place annually on the stairs with its 397 steps.At the end of the route is the Hoflößnitz Wine Museum. There you can learn more about the history of Saxon viticulture and the work of the winemakers and then enjoy a glass of the exclusively organically grown wine on the wine terrace.Tip: Combine your hike through the Oberlößnitz with a walk along the historic forest route. A visit to the Haus Steinbach winery on Bennostraße is worthwhile. In the romantic Dreiseitenhof you can enjoy home-grown wines and regional dishes.Things to see and experienceWeinspaliere - Wein & Stein - Spitzhaus - View from the Bismarkturm - Spitzhaus staircase - Viticulture Museum - Hoflößnitz with information center of the Saxon Wine Route - flora in the vineyard

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      On the way through the Niederlößnitz there is a fantastic view over the Elbe Valley and the Radebeul vineyards. On the ascent right next to the Hoflößnitz wine estate, below the Friedensburg, display boards tell interesting facts about viticulture in Saxony. A special feature of the route is the historic water tunnel on Burgstrasse.
      The path leads you past wine houses and ostrich taverns, which invite you to take a leisurely break with a glass of wine after the steep ascent. Picturesque historic houses, such as the Minckwitzsche Weinberghaus, lie along the Obere Bergstrasse. The descent runs next to the Minckwitz vineyard through Finstere Gasse.
      The path variants allow further beautiful views and lead past smaller vineyard locations such as Paradies and the Terrassenberg. "At the water tower" the path meanders through an enchanted wooded area lined with vineyard walls.Tip:The water tower is only a few meters away from the Förster winery. It was built in 1916/17 by French prisoners of war, which gave it the name "Franzosenturm". Opposite the water tower is the "König-Friedrich-August-Höhe", a lookout point that allows a fantastic view of the Elbe valley.Things to see and experienceStone ridge as a biotope - construction of a vineyard wall - Friedensburg show vineyard - view of the vineyard - tradition and modern management - water tunnels

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  9. Tourist-Information Radebeul went for a hike.

    March 16, 2021

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      Hidden behind thick trees, old vineyard walls and terraces can still be discovered on the historic forest route, which bear witness to the former viticulture. After the phylloxera disaster in the late 19th century, the vineyards were abandoned and nature began to gradually reclaim its habitat. Various adventure stations describe this "changing vineyard".The view from the Albrechtshöhe allows a fascinating view from the Dresdner Heide over the .Dresdner Fernsehturm to the Saxon Switzerland.At the traditional farm and farm "Graue Presse" a display board reminds of the eponymous historical wine press, which can be seen today in the Hoflößnitz Wine Museum.Remains of Radebeul's historic water supply can still be discovered on your way along the enchanted Straken forest path.From the lower ravine you can see the stone snail high up on the Ballberg. In the past, this stone construction probably served as a thief and fire station, today it is the landmark of the "Drei Herren" winery located directly below. From there you can continue the hike with the Oberlößnitz route.Tip: An oversized phylloxera sculpture awaits you on the way to the view on Albrechtshöhe.Things to see and experienceQuarry on the Ravensberg - view of the Albrechtshöhe - historical wine-growing landscape - Hofgut "Graue Presse" - springs on the Straken - a changing vineyard - view of the stone snail

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